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One of THE trail classics in the Upper Venosta Valley - a dream view from the famous viewing rock

From Resia/Reschen you walk northward across the border to our Austrian neighbours and 500 m before the valley station of the Bergkastel (Nauders in Austria) cableway, sharp right across a fairly steep gravel road up to the mountain station. Rest point in the mountain restaurant bearing the same name. Now the most beautiful part of the tour begins. Via the same way back to the Bergkastelalpe pasture and then left to the wonderful Plamortböden moor as well as the tank barriers which are well-known far beyond the borders. Here you can use the forest road or the beautifully laid trails (S2). After passing the barriers, the view over the Venosta Valley opens up with the unique lake scenery and a fantastic panoramic view from the viewpoint at the rock. Down to Resia with great views in your bag, continue either via the - in part - technically more challenging bunker trail (S2), followed by the Etsch trail (S1) leading into the woods or via the old military path. Our evening drink is awaiting us directly at the lake. 


Duration 4:00 h
Altitude uphill 800 hm
Length 18.7 km
Qualified Bike Hotels
The right infrastructure for cyclists: Some hotels and guest houses in the region are specialised for mountain bike holidaymakers and offer their guests a comprehensive program and the appropriate service for a successful cycling holiday at the Resia Pass.
Enduro Cycling
The 24 single trails of the 3-country Enduro region guarantees full satisfaction for enthusiasts of this sport.
Venosta Valley MTB map set
The three-part Venosta Valley MTB map set includes more than 100 tours, including ground conditions from Resia/Reschen to Tel/Töll, and from Ofenpass mountain pass into the Tiroler Oberland area in Austria and the Stelvio region.
Cycling and Mountain Biking at all Heights in Venosta Valley
Whether by road cycle or mountain bike, along panoramic roads or up to high Alpine pastures, into the Alps on single trails and back downhill into the valley: nature and culture in the Venosta Valley in South Tyrol can be explored at all heights on two wheels.